Live updates: Celeste Maloy takes early lead in race for Utah’s 2nd Congressional District
Nov 21, 2023, 6:56 PM | Updated: 9:56 pm
(Laura Seitz, Deseret News)
SALT LAKE CITY — Ballot counting has begun in Utah, and in the 2nd Congressional District race, Republican Celeste Maloy has jumped into the lead. As of 8:31 p.m., and with votes from Washington County added into the tally, Maloy has a comfortable lead over Democrat Kathleen Riebe.
As of 8:13 p.m. MST, here are the results from the District 2 election, as reported by electionresults.utah.gov.
SALT LAKE CITY — Voters in Ogden and in Salt Lake City choosing mayors, other cities are picking councilmembers, and in Utah’s 2nd Congressional District, a new Representative could be chosen on this delayed Election Day, 2023.
Yellow mail-in ballots have been on kitchen tables and on the front seats of cars for a few weeks now. If you’re reading this on Tuesday, Nov. 21, you’ll need to drop those in ballot boxes and not in the mail.
Some voters will have a new look to their ballots, as Salt Lake, Utah, and Wasatch Counties have all switched to ranked-choice voting.
The polls close at 8 p.m. KSL NewsRadio will keep you updated with information from county clerks and the Lt. Governor’s office as it is made available to us.
Ogden Mayoral Race
As of 8:38 p.m. the mayoral race in Ogden between Ben Nadolski and Taylor Knuth currently has not been updated, the city’s website states that there will likely be only one release tonight.
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